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Use the pattern document to view, create, modify, load, burst, and debug binary pattern files (.digipat). A digital pattern file can contain only one pattern.

Use the pin and channel map editor to view, create, modify, and save pin and channel map files, which define the relationships among pins, sites, channels, and digital pattern instruments in the test system. ...

Editing Values As you enter or edit a value, the field displays blue text with a blue border. To commit the value, press , , or click another location in the view. To revert the change, press ...

Use the Pin Groups section on the Pin Map Tab to specify a grouping of pins that you can reference with a single name. Choose one of the following options to add a pin group to the pin map file:

Jump Jump opcodes are analogous to if/else operations. Syntax Parameters Descriptions jump( label ) label is any local label within the pattern file or any label exported from another pattern file. Executes ...

The text version of the pattern file can include an arbitrary number of comments before the file format version declaration. Each line of a header comment uses double forward slashes ( '//' ) followed ...

Use the Sites section on the Pin Map tab to specify the sites on the tester. Site numbers start at 0 and must be consecutive without gaps. You can right-click any item in the section you want to edit and ...

Use signal and trigger opcodes to send event signals or conditional triggers from the pattern to other digital pattern instruments by using PXI trigger lines.

Opcodes are optional commands, or vector instructions, that execute on a per-vector basis after the vector executes and can change the execution of the pattern or the interaction with external instruments. ...

The required pattern declaration defines the sequence of pattern vectors and defines the pins and pin groups to which the pattern applies using the following syntax:

Use Learn Failures from History RAM to automatically edit the pin states of a pattern to change failing pin states to ones that will pass.

The levels XML schema, located at \National Instruments\Digital Pattern Editor\PinLevels.xsd , defines the structure for a levels XML file.

Click the Grid tab on the pattern document toolbar to launch the pattern grid view. Use this view to see components of the binary pattern file, including time sets, labels, opcodes, vector numbers, pin ...

Typically, the Digital Pattern Editor prompts you to load a pattern on the digital pattern instrument before bursting. The editor also prompts you to load all referenced waveforms and patterns that the ...

Use this view to see or edit all the settings and measurements for all the pins and relays in the active pin and channel map connected to a digital pattern instrument, NI-DCPower instrument, or relay driver ...

Use the pin and channel map editor to view, create, modify, and save pin and channel map files, which define the relationships among pins, sites, channels, and digital pattern instruments in the test system. ...

Use the specifications document to view, create, modify, and save specifications files (.specs). An asterisk (*) next to a filename in the Project Explorer window and in the document tab indicates that ...

Use this view to see or edit all the settings and measurements for all the pins and relays in the active pin and channel map connected to a digital pattern instrument, NI-DCPower instrument, or relay driver ...

Use the timing document to view, create, modify, save, and apply timing files (.digitiming). Timing files include period, edge multiplier (edge x), drive format, and edge information for pattern execution. ...

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